Apple and Windows are leading in the world of IT especially on upgrading their software. However, to cut these sagas here are reasons why Mac is still the winner.
People do have a habit that after using their computer they will totally shutting down their PC or leaving the computer 24/7. Knowing the importance of the killer feature of Mac is 100% steadfast, near-instant suspend and resume. This however will save up power.
In Mac OS X there is no delay in loading, so, if you have to reboot your machine, you can get back to where you were quickly. In OS X, Spaces is actually useful, due to one key improvement — the ability to swipe between desktops using a multi-touch gesture. There’s absolutely no delay; just a silky smooth horizontal scroll.
If there are any problems you can always look at the Activity Monitor, Console and Disk Utility. These three applications will help you see if there are system problems.
Apple is the leading example in user-interface design and shareware authors imitating this. The typical Mac user could get away with only buying Microsoft Office and using freeware/shareware and Apple granted software for everything as well.
Well you can say that you can just download these Mac apps but really, downloading these apps do not mean that they’d function well all the time. The apps that can be found in Mac and not in Windows are iPhoto, iCal, Time Machine, Stickies and Expose.
Apple’s control panel contains all the OS configuration setting, making it easy to access and do system wide changes on the settings, unlike in windows where you get to change things using several places, like hardware manager, Network connections and services manager. An example of such accessibility would be being able to edit TCP/IP settings in the “advanced” panel in Apple, whereas in Windows, thins would be an overcomplicated procedure.
Window users technically are already familiar with the fact that several pop ups regarding apps trial versions about to run out, and if you try to uninstall them because you don’t want to avail of them anymore, you’d find it difficult to uninstall them. With Apple however, these pop ups only come out once you activate them, and if they do so, they are less intrusive than in Windows. Mac doesn’t need to sell out security software because they do have good security software installed in Mac. Unlike windows who makes antivirus for profiteering. Mac is simply for practical and No lame ideas.